Murder-suicide in Chick-fil-A lot takes life of mother caring for 7 children, police say

Georgian authorities said a man and woman were killed in a murder-suicide incident in the parking lot of a Chic-fil-A in the city of Rome.

The police of Rome called Officials responded to a call about a shooting at Chick-fil-A around 7 a.m. Wednesday.

They found the bodies of 39-year-old Cassie Lashae Davis and 56-year-old Anthony Wayne Green, who had been shot dead in a car.

“The suspect shot the victim while she was in her vehicle. The suspect then shot himself. Both were pronounced dead,” the police said.

Davis was reportedly shot three times with a revolver.

WXIA-TV reported that the woman had three children of her own and was caring for four grandchildren. They also said that the man and woman were in a domestic relationship.

The restaurant was closed for the rest of the day on Wednesday but opened the next day.

The victim’s family said Green was a jealous friend.

“She didn’t have a mean bone in her body,” said Kathie Walters, Davis’ mother at WAGA TV. “She was everyone’s friend.”

Walters said that Green would not leave her daughter alone.

“That’s one thing she told me yesterday that he follows her everywhere,” she said.

Davis’ aunt, Effie Wilson, said she was very upset by her niece’s murder.

“I know she’s in heaven, but that doesn’t help my heart or anyone else’s,” she said told WAG.

“It seems like a dream,” Walters said. “I just want to wake up.”

Rome has about 37,000 inhabitants and is located in the northwest of the state.

Here is a local news report on the incident:

Mother killed in apparent murder-suicide outside of

Like Blaze News? Bypass censorship, sign up for our newsletters and get stories like this straight to your inbox. Login here!

Related Articles

Back to top button